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There will be two other variations of the PEAR coming out of course, after we launched the PEAR in 2024. And they will come later in 2025 and 2026. But ultimately, the three derivatives, we believe it’ll enable us to sell a million PEARs a year sometime in 2027. So, fairly soon, and we think this is going to be a really important story — the growth story of Fisker in the future globally, Fisker CEO said.

I had thought by variations, he meant along the lines of Sport/Ultra/Extreme. I'm very happy to be wrong.
 

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If it could get 300 miles of range and have a roof rack available, I'd be very interested. The smaller size appeals to me. There would have to be an Extreme version also (I really want all of the digital radar's features as well as heated seats, steering wheel, etc.).
 

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In Jan after actually see the Ocean I immediately placed my reservation assuming it held my place in line for delivery. I am interested in the Sport and assumed at that time that after the first 5,000 orders would be filled based on date of reservation. Of course we all know that is not the case. Very disappointed about that. Now for the PEAR what advantage is there in placing an order now? It may come to pass that the PEAR will be the vehicle that best fits my needs but will wait till we see it and the specs before considering placing a reservation. I am keen on LFP batteries and think with it's lower price point that is what will be installed in the PEAR with various size battery packs (at least hope so). I am of the mindset that 250-300 mile range with fast charging will meet the needs of most buyers, especially with the influx of more and more chargers becoming available.
 

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In Jan after actually see the Ocean I immediately placed my reservation assuming it held my place in line for delivery. I am interested in the Sport and assumed at that time that after the first 5,000 orders would be filled based on date of reservation. Of course we all know that is not the case. Very disappointed about that. Now for the PEAR what advantage is there in placing an order now? It may come to pass that the PEAR will be the vehicle that best fits my needs but will wait till we see it and the specs before considering placing a reservation. I am keen on LFP batteries and think with it's lower price point that is what will be installed in the PEAR with various size battery packs (at least hope so). I am of the mindset that 250-300 mile range with fast charging will meet the needs of most buyers, especially with the influx of more and more chargers becoming available.
I understand and agree with you that it is annoying that the reservation is not helping to get the Ocean Ultra earlier so place a reservation now is not really a good idea but the high end on the PEAR could probably match the price of the Ocean Ultra which is matching my budget. I had already reserved the PEAR for my wife but it could be in definitive for me!
 

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Do we KNOW what shape/class the pear will take? I feel like Henrik has said it won't fit any mold. But we have to compare it to something.

Really just playing a game here, but what if the PEAR was like VW Golf. Standard size, wagon version, and 2 door? Or R? Maybe lifted like a Crosstrek? This probably doesn't make sense given production constraints, it would be hard to make multiple bodies. But it's fun to imagine. We all know the Golf is a great "city car" too.
 
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